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Latest Tim Allen Items
After 45 years promoting treatment and the search for a cure for children he calls "my kids," comedian Jerry Lewis announced Monday he is retiring as host of the Labor Day Muscular Dystrophy Association telethon, which has become synonymous with his name.
Fairy tale figures, 1960s era stewardesses and men who dress up as women to get a job are featured in 13 new television series that ABC is introducing next season, along with proven performers Tim Allen and "Charlie's Angels."
Jack Donaghy, the boss on NBC's comedy "30 Rock," had had enough of TV inefficiencies and waste.
With his years as California governor behind him, Arnold Schwarzenegger soon will return to his acting career with a new animated TV series, Associated Press reports.
For years, Oscar voters have viewed animation as a second-tier genre, but "Toy Story 3," featuring the voice of Tom Hanks as Woody and Tim Allen as Buzz Lightyear, seems the most likely film to shatter the animated glass ceiling.
The star of "Home Improvement" and the "Toy Story" movies is becoming a pitchman for Chevrolet.
The newest film from Disney's Pixar Animation, "Toy Story 3," easily topped all other films in box office numbers and became the third animated film to top $100 million in its first weekend.
With an animated character on the screen instead of their own faces, some actors do their most interesting work.
Those lampooning lads who made a laughingstock of the living dead in "Shaun of the Dead" now set their satiric sights on idealized rural English life and over-the-top cop movies in the wild sendup Hot Fuzz, new from Universal Studios Home Entertainment ($29.98). It's our ...